Reviews

DYER & WHITNEY@ You & I, Espionage, Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Sometimes cheeky and often hilarious, Andrew Dyer and his comedy partner Michelle Whitney return to the Free Fringe with another dose of quick-fire sketches and madcap characters...A thoroughly professional set-up that belies its free entry, You and I is a fun-filled way to spend an hour – just make sure you get there early
August, 2015 AAA Jen Duffy

CURTAIN UP!@ The Prince Edward Theatre, RAM 20th Anniversary Concert

The programme was genuinely eclectic...cabaret numbers under the direction of George Hall, including two of our old favourites, ‘Maud’ performed by a convincingly sozzled Andrew Dyer, and a reprise of Michelle Whitney’s turn as the cleaner who wants to be a ‘Moo-vie star’.
November 30th, 2014 rageoffstage

THE MIKADO@ The Tabard Theatre, Pulling Focus Theatre Company

There is superb characterisation throughout whether it's Michelle Whitney as Pitti-Sing or Eleanor Knight as Peep-Bo...
Paul Vale, The Stage

Whitney, is in super voice and character throughout, even managing to cram her "Fa la"s with personality...
Edie R, The Public Reviews

This naivety is offset hilariously by the other 'Little Maids', especially Michelle Whitney who appears to be playing Made in Chelsea by way of Grange Hill.
Thomas Norman, Bargain Theatreland

As Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo and Pitti-Sing, Emily Davies, Eleanor Knight and Michelle Whitney play the Three Little Maids with spark, as though direct from Glee's William McKinley High
Carole Gordon WhatsOnStage
A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM@ Capel Manor, Principle Theatre Company

With top performances all round Michelle Whitney and Rachel Barry are both funny and silly as the young-and-in-love Hermia and Helena
Mary McConell, Enfield Gazette

...Michelle Whitney's squeaky-voiced Hermia her attempt to restrain an escaping male by wrapping herself round him like a tarantula provides one of the comedy highlights.
Sheila Cornelius, The Public Reviews

My gold medal for most outstanding performance, must be jointly awarded to Hermia and Helena who not only stabilized the ship by giving well-rounded and three-dimensional performances but brought refreshing interpretations to their roles
Jacob Azariah, James Loves Shakespeare

FLAHOOLEY@ Sadlers Wells Theatre LOST MUSICALS Season

Michelle Whitney as the talking Flahooley doll has a career in horror films ahead of her, if she desires...
May, 2012 Word Press

NOBODY'S PERFECT@ Jermyn Street Theatre / Royal Academy Of Music

The penultimate number is hilariously performed by Michelle Whitney as a cleaner who wants to be a 'moo-vie star'.
July 3, 2011 rageoffstage

THE WIZARD OF OZ @ Weymouth Pavilion Theatre

Dorothy is played with huge charm and wide-eyed innocence by Michelle Whitney in her first lead panto role. A belting singing voice and on-stage confidence helps her make this iconic role her own .
Ruth Meech - Dorset Echo

CASANOVA THE MUSICAL@ The Kings Head

Michelle Whitney excels as a pubescent, gawkily enthusiastic 14-year-old and as a saucy actress, giving an enlivening colour and comic vigour
Sam Marlowe - The Times

While all the women play numerous delicious seducees, Michelle Whitney is an absolute delight, time and again
Geoff Ambler - Reviewsgate

Michelle Whitney's interpretation of three very different roles mark her out as a future talent to watch. Best was her hilarious nailing of a 14-year-old innocent.
Jonathan Lovett - Enfield Gazette

Michelle Whitney particularly funny as a reluctant water nymph with a grating Essex accent
Kentish Times

Michelle Whitney steals the show as squeaky pubescent Caterina maintains her wide-eyed innocence
Bo Wilson - Fringe Report

CINDERELLA @ Middlesbrough Theatre

Michelle Whitney as Dandini has a slightly self -parodying approach which works well
Darlington Stockton Times

Michelle Whitneys cheeky Dandini the princes Valet certainly had that essex twang!
Steve Pratt - Northern Echo

...and plenty of cheek from Michelle Whitney's Dandini.

THE MASQUERADE COMEDY @ The Market Theatre

Whitney excels with a superb and hilarious performance, full of expression, audience mugging and wonderful vocal asides. The sense of period is perfect
Mike Martin - The Stage

ROMEO AND JULIET @ The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

Michelle Whitney as Juliet is especially full of youthful enthusiasm running onto the stage with pearls of laughter and forthright in her opinions: childish, but also willing to defend her convictions with an ageless strength. Whitneys Juliet much out-shone...captivating
Anna Leach - Secrets

THE TEMPEST @ The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

Ariel played by Michelle Whitney was undoubtedly hilarious / magical-her physicality is astonishing'
Cambridge Evening News

Michelle Whitney as Ariel - a delicate fairy creature whose gruff voice betrays her sulky resentment of Prospero's domination - perfection
The Stage

A charmingly sulky, yet gracefully narcissistic Ariel from Michelle Whitney...grant her longed-for liberty, a truly magical payoff
Michael Grosvenor Myer

NO ONE SEES THE VIDEO @ Theatro Technis

I was impressed by Michelle Whitney who excellently portrayed the nonchalant allure of a teenage girl
Uk Theatre Network